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I was reading an article written by the CEO of Fospha this morning in which he quite rightly explained that it is no longer acceptable to send our broad messages to a wide audience and expect a large take up. He then went on to explain that their latest analytic tools gather 1500 pieces of dynamic information each day as opposed to the current 15 static pieces tools like Google produce. This is all very impressive and certainly shouldn’t be overlooked.
Over the last few days there has been the normal smattering of media coverage about Google, email marketing and social media, how good it all is and how much it can add to your marketing. One observation is that at long last it seems the marketing world has woken up to the fact that all business activity has to have a tangible value and deliver an ROI, finally.
We talk to many clients about their brand, sometimes we are told “I want to change my brand, it is out of date” or “I saw this logo and thinks ours could be better”, in both these cases as well as almost every case the client needs to confirm what they want to achieve by changing or updating their brand.
It’s no secret that video is one of the most highly engaging mediums to use when aiming to engage with your followers. The power of video marketing has seen a huge increase, especially over the last year with over 70% of B2B and B2C companies choosing to invest large parts of their marketing budgets into generating video content. But are they doing it right?
Much has been said about Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and the impact it has on business. In our opinion, CRM is the strongest and the most efficient approach to maintaining and creating relationships with customers and increasing the average value of your customers. This is why we believe that CRM needs to be at the hub of every business.
Following on from Monday’s digital trends 2015 article, we thought we’d share some more key 2015 digital trends insights with you…
Following on from our 2015 Key Trends articles, there has been much conversation about the digital trends for this year and we thought we would identify the ones we believe are going to be the most significant. Here are the first five…
According to a recent BBC article, soft skills, including communication, initiative, interacting with customers and team work, need to be taken much more seriously as factors for business success. The BBC reports that research has suggested such skills are worth £88bn to the UK economy!
Facebook, Twitter and YouTube started 2014 as the main social media platforms for marketers to run campaigns on, in order to engage and communicate with existing and potential customers. However, 2014 also saw a number of new platforms establish themselves as viable tools for social media campaigns.